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Fix Your GT3 Lip Spoiler For Good!

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Fix Your GT3 Lip Spoiler For Good!

For anyone who hates replacing the plastic Porsche Expansion Rivets, I have found a solution that seems to work a bit more reliably. Total cost is less than $20 Here are the parts: Hex-Screws 3/8" Washers (between lip of expansion nut and spoiler) Rubber Expansion Nuts #10 Washers (between hex screw head and expansion nut) Finished product: You may need to open up the holes in the bumper cover slightly to accomodate the larger expansion nuts. The rubber expansion nuts give a little bit when you scrape the spoiler so you won't tear up the bumper cover. Additionally, if you scrape hard enough to pop an expansion nut out of the bumper, they don't fall out of the spoiler and you can re-install them with an allen wrench. Just loosen, reattach to bumper then re-tighten. Hope this helps!


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